Just a quick note to let you know about a new interview on Confessions, next week!

Believe it or not, this interview has been in the pipeline for over a year now! But due to circumstances beyond anyone’s control, it couldn’t see the light of day…..until NOW!

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, next week, we give you an interview with Dallas Mullican!



Mr Mullican has finally found a home for his Marlowe Gentry trilogy with Mark Parker and Scarlet Galleon Publications, and this promises to be a fantastic pairing for both parties. If you have read either A Coin for Charon or The Dark Age in their previous lives, you will know what to expect. If you haven’t, shame on you, you are missing out on some fantastic reading material. Make that right, this time round!



On Monday 4th December, Confessions will publish Part One of an in-depth interview with Dallas. Part Two of the interview will go live on Tuesday the 5th and on Wednesday the 6th, we will publish our review of The Dark Age, which is being released in eBook on the 17th of December, and possibly earlier for the paperback. If you have not read our review of A Coin for Charon, you can see it here.



So, mark this in your diary and don’t forget to tell all your friends! It is one you will not want to miss!

Thanks again for visiting Confessions of a Reviewer.



After spending twenty years as the lead singer of a progressive metal band, Dallas Mullican turned his creative impulses toward writing. Raised on King, Barker, and McCammon, he moved on to Poe and Lovecraft, enamored with the macabre. During his time at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he received degrees in English and Philosophy, Dallas developed a love for the Existentialists, Shakespeare, Faulkner, and many more great authors and thinkers. Incorporating this wide array of influences, he entices the reader to fear the bump in the night, think about the nature of reality, and question the motives of their fellow humans.

A pariah of the Deep South, Dallas doesn’t understand NASCAR, hates Southern rock and country music, and believes the great outdoors consists of walking to the mailbox and back. He remains a metalhead at heart, and can be easily recognized by his bald head and Iron Maiden t-shirt.

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